Incunabula provenances and other names index
Alphabetical list of names (surname order) associated with the incunabula, primarily relating to provenance. Including names of former owners, donors, and other names where the exact relationship to the book is unknown. Booksellers are listed in a separate index.
NB! Direct links to Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (ODNB) entries will only work from University of Glasgow IP addresses as this is a subscription database.
F., M. -- see M. F.
Fabri, Nicolas-Claude, de Peiresc (1580-1637)
French astronomer and antiquarian; see Pierre Gassendi 'Peiresc & his books' [with an introduction by Arthur Freeman] (Boston: Godine, 1970).
Fabricius, Johann Albert (1668-1736)
Classicist and bibliographer
Falakra, Ferdinando (perhaps = Ferdinandus Calvus or Ferdinando Calvi) (16th century)
Falconet, Camille (1671-1762)
Physician, of Lyon, son of Noel, grandson of André
Farmer, Richard (1735-1797)
Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge; Librarian, Cambridge University Library; see ODNB.
Fauchet, Claude (1530-1602)
Président de la Chambre des Monnaies and Historiographe de France.
Faulconnier (16th/17th century)
Fauvi -- see Sauli(?)
Fenton, Joseph (d. 1634)
Surgeon at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London; see Margaret Pelling & Frances White, Physicians and irregular medical practitioners in London, 1550-1640: database (British history online) www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=17414
Feret(?), Jehan (16th/17th century)
Af-a.45; Af-b.54; Af-f.81; Af-f.84; Af-g.54; Af-y.33; Ag-b.12; Ag-f.18; Ag-x.11; Ag-x.13; Ag-y.8; Ag-y.9; Ag-y.10; Ag-y.21; Ag-y.22; Ah-a.22; Ah-a.25; Ah-a.29; Ah-a.30; Ah-a.31; Ah-a.73; Ah-b.23; Ah-b.24; Ah-b.25; Ah-b.26; Ah-b.27; Ah-e.80; Ah-f.55; Ah-x.12; Ah-y.8; Ah-y.18; Ai-a.11; Ai-a.17; Ai-a.22 (item 1) & Ai-a.22 (item 2); Ai-a.26 (item 1); Ai-a.26 (item 2); Ai-a.26 (item 3); Ai-a.27; Ai-a.28; Ai-x.21; Ak-a.14; Ak-a.27; Ak-a.40; Ak-a.41; Ak-x.24; Ak-x.38; Al-a.6; Al-a.23; Al-a.71; Al-a.75; Al-a.76; Al-b.16; Al-b.17; Al-b.19; Al-b.45; Al-b.46; Al-b.47; Al-b.48; Al-b.54; Al-b.86; Al-c.7; Al-c.8; Al-c.9; Al-c.10; Al-c.50; Am-z.40; Am-z.41; Am-z.44; Am-z.45; An-c.20; An-c.39; An-e.20; An-e.21; An-x.13; An-x.18; An-x.20; An-y.1; An-y.2; An-y.3; An-y.4; An-y.5; An-y.6; An-y.7; An-y.9; An-y.10; An-y.11; An-y.12; An-y.13; An-y.14; An-y.15; An-y.16; An-y.17; An-y.18; An-y.19; An-y.20; An-y.21; An-y.22; An-y.23 (item 1); An-y.23 (item 2); An-y.24; An-y.25; An-y.26; An-y.27; An-y.28; An-y.29; An-y.30; An-y.31; An-y.32; An-y.33; An-y.34; An-y.35; An-y.36; An-y.37; An-y.38; An-y.39; An-y.40; An-y.41; Ap-x.1; Ap-x.2; Ap-x.3, 4; Ap-x.5, 6; Aq-y.65;
Ferot, Charles Antoine (fl. 1695)
Ferreulx, Jean/Johan (1557-1620)
Physician, born in Burgundia, came to Antwerp after 1585
Filosseno, Marcello -- see Philoxenus, Marcellus/Filosseno, Marcello
Finch, John (fl. 1697)
Member of the family of the Earls of Winchilsea
Fini Pola, House of (16th/17th-century)
Fischer, Johann -- see Piscator, Joannes/Fischer, Johann
Fleetwood, William (ca. 1525-1594)
Lawyer, antiquary, Recorder of London (1571-1591): see ODNB; and see 'Bibliotheca Monastica-Fletewodiana: a catalogue of rare books and tracts ... including the antient conventual-library of Missenden-Abbey ... together with some choice remains of that of ... William Fletewode, Esq. Recorder of London in the reign of Queen Elizabeth', ([London:] Samuel Paterson, )
Fleischmann (18th/19th century)
Fletewood/Fletewode, William -- see Fleetwood, William
Flynn, George L. (fl. 1838)
Fornari, Lorenzo -- see Fornarus, Laurentius
Fornarus, Laurentius (fl. early 17th century)
Frater; of Milan
Foulis, Robert (1707-1776) & Foulis, Andrew (1712-1775)
Printers and booksellers, Glasgow
Fouquet, Nicolas (1615-1680)
Superintendent of Finance under Louis XIV
Fournier, Cyprien, Le -- see Lefournier, Cyprien
Fox, Charles James (1749-1806)
Whig statesman; see ODNB.
Franciscus, Joannes (16th century)
François, J. Ladimir -- see Ladimir, Jules
Fraser, Archibald Campbell, of Lovat (1736-1815)
Politician and diplomat; see ODNB
Frater Cherubinus, of Genoa -- see Cherubinus, of Genoa, Frater
Frater Deodatus -- see Deodatus, Frater
Frater Hinricus, of Aywaille(?), Liège -- see Hinricus, Frater, of Aywaille(?), Liège
Frater Johannes -- see Johannes, Frater
Frater Mathaeus du Hametz -- see Hametz, Mathaeus du
Frater Romualdus -- see Romualdus, Frater
Frederick, Augustus, Duke of Sussex -- see Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex
Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales -- see Lewis, Frederick, Prince of Wales
Frere, William (early 16th century)
Austin Friars, London
Freti(?), Johannes da (16th century)
Friedlieb (18th century)
Frimann, Christoph (19th century)
Frog, Henry (early 16th century)
Monk of Newbattle. Listed in Durkan & Ross, Early Scottish Libraries, p. 100.
Fulco, Guilelmus (16th century)
Possibly William Fulke (1536/7-1589), theologian; see ODNB.
Fulke, William -- see Fulco, Guilelmus